Gallery: Inside the 136 Metre Lürssen Superyacht Flying Fox

Aerial view

All images courtesy of Imperial

The massive 136 metre Lürssen superyacht Flying Fox was delivered last year, becoming one of the world's largest 20 superyachts. In this gallery, we take a look around.

Flying Fox's helicopter capabilities are of particular note: she has a pair of superyacht helipads, one on the sun deck and a second situated on the bridge deck, with D-Values of 18 metre and 14 metres that are able to host the largest helicopters on the market.

Following delivery in March 2019, Flying Fox immediately departed for her maiden voyage to Norway.

On the move

Her stylish exterior was designed by by Espen Øino.

The view from the tender

Key features include cutaway bulwarks on the bridge deck and upper deck that allow plenty of natural light to flood in through the floor-to-ceiling windows.

Bridge deck dining area

Flying Fox's elegant and graceful interiors are by Mark Berryman.

The main saloon

The designer has created a calm and spacious interior highlighted by neutral tones complemented by tactile surfaces and finishes.

The main saloon

With a beam of 20.5 metres, Flying Fox boasts a massive volume

The jacuzzi

Flying Fox is offered for charter exclusively through Imperial and includes a number of features to aide the relaxation of guests.

The main deck pool

As well as her 12-metre transverse pool, Flying Fox features a 400 square metre spa spread across two floors.

Aft bridge deck

There are a number of al fresco entertainment spaces on board Flying Fox for enjoying evening sundowners.

The upper aft deck

Flying Fox's interior includes 11 guest cabins; one master and 10 VIPs, all of which have sea terraces. Crew accommodation is for a staff of 54.

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